15.629 x 9.518
(51’3″ x 31’2″)
This is a truly stunning building of stone construction, beneath a vast slate roof, with many original period features. Spectacular vaulted ceiling, lancet arched and rose windows, some wall panelling, a pulpit and highly unusual full immersion baptismal font.
The chapel has planning consent for conversion to a three bedroom dwelling, and to include the demolition and rebuilding of the front façade to reduce the size of the structure. This consent was granted by Wrexham County Borough Council on 2nd May 2019 under the code number BRO P/2019/0154. Details of this consent are available via Wrexham County Borough Council or during a viewing of the property; but particular attention is drawn to the conditions that form an intrinsic part of that consent.
Prospective purchasers should be aware that the property itself adjoins number 28 Pisgah Hill, with a boundary wall to the west, and a pedestrian right of way to a doorway to the west within the frontal railed boundary of the chapel, is to be retained in favour of number 28 Pisgah Hill.